The results of the iSCI Walking Balance study have led to various interesting findings that have been presented in various conferences and peer-reviewed journals. The data is still being analyzed to address many more questions related to walking balance strategies among individuals with iSCI. Here is a glimpse of our results so far:
- Arora T, Musselman KE, Lanovaz J, Oates A. Effect of haptic input on standing balance among individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury. Neuroscience Letter 2017; 642, 91-96.
- Shah G., Oates AO, Arora T., Lanovaz JL, Musselman KE. Measuring balance confidence after spinal cord injury: the validity and reliability of the Activities-specific Balance Confidence Scale. Submitted to Journal of Spinal Cord Medicine, under review.
Abstracts and Posters (click to see full poster):
- Arora T, Musselman KE, Lanovaz JL, Oates AR. Proactive balance strategies during normal walking among individuals with iSCI. Abstract submitted to the XXVI Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, 2017 Brisbane, Australia.
- Arora T, Oates AR, Lynd K, Musselman KE. Balance assessment in individuals with spinal cord injury: A systematic review. Abstract submitted to the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference, 2017 Atlanta, Georgia, US.
- Arora T, Musselman KE, Lanovaz JL, Oates AR. Reactive EMG responses following an unexpected slip perturbation in individuals with incomplete spinal cord injury. The 55th International Spinal Cord Society Annual Scientific Meeting, 2016 Vienna, Austria
- Shah G, Oates AR, Arora T, Lanovaz JL, Musselman KE. Reliability and Validity of the Activities Specific Balance Confidence Scale in Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury. The 55th International Spinal Cord Society Annual Scientific Meeting, 2016 Vienna, Austria.